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FOR ROBERT Bin
Retired Diplomat, 61, Dies From Pneumonia After Long Illness. Robert Stockwell Reynolds Hitt, 61, retired diplomat and member Of a prominent Washington family, who died yesterday at his home, 2244 S street' NW.. will be buried in Rock Creek Cemetery tomorrow afternoon, following private funeral services at the house. Mr. Hitt had been ill of pneumonia for three weeks, but seemed to be re covering. He died following a sudden relapse yesterday morning. Present at the bedside were his wife, the former Edith Romeyn Gray of New York, and his son Robert R.. New York stock broker. His brother. William Hitt, came here from his home in Middle burg, Va., when notified of the death. Mr. Hitt, son of a diplomat and statesman of a half century ago, was In the diplomatic service of this coun try himself from 1901 to 1914. His last post was a three-year term as Minister to Guatemala. Before that he served part of a year as Minister to Panama. Career Begun in Paris. He began his diplomatic career as a third secretary to the United States Embassy in Paris, went to Berlin as second secretary, to Rome as first sec retary and back to Berlin as first secretary. He retired from public life in 1914. Mr. Hitt's father, the late Rob ert Roberts Hitt, was a Republican Representative from Illinois from 1882 to 1906, Assistant Secretary of State in 1881 and first secretary of the United States Legation in Paris from 1874 to 188) Mr. Hitt was bom In Paris while his father was stationed there. Mr. Hitt's motner, Mrs. Sally A. Hitt, lives at 15nl New Hampshire avenue. His daughter Edith Elizabeth married Andor de Hertelendy, a sec retary in the Hungarian diplomatic corps. They live in Europe. Graduate of Yale. Mr. Hitt was graduated from Yale' University In 1898 and after taking i the law course there entered the dip lomatic service. In 1901 he married Miss Gray, the daughter of Judge John Clinton Gray of the New York State Court of Appeals. 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